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21 Ways to Make Lemonade During the Sourest Times

Eagle Hill School, in Massachusetts. A change of perspective — and some fresh ideas — may help.To that end, ADDitude asked educational experts, camp program leaders, and others for their best strategies to help kids thrive even if they’re stuck at home — again — this spring and summer.#1. “Develop a list of skills for your child to learn over a month or more.

These can range from how to vacuum, iron a shirt, or pack a lunch to how to change a tire, plunge an overflowing toilet, or address an envelope. Choose skills that match your child’s needs and age group.” — Erin Wynne#2. “Ask your child to do one of the following things: Dust off an old skill and reconnect with a hobby or activity from the past.

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